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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IJ.MI.Y PAGE SEVEN I-UKSDAY, DECEMBER 3, IDIh _. bolweeny Canada the United antes bo accented by Canada Is one of tlio plaukB lu the farmers' Vlalform decided on uy Ihe Canadian i'ouncll of Agriculture uow In session bore. In announcing lliolr- platform the iHinera point out that the teulproclty'sxrecmcnl or 1911 Is still and more, people with chest in4 throat (roubles tried (ocur? them by pourlyg lung tonics and the like Into their ilomdcht. All mlilakcl The Peps way It different. PetMire made up midlclpil CSMBCCI, which when put Into the mouth turn Into helling vapors. brtithrd Jowu direct la the lungs. >nd bronchi i] tubtl not swallowed down, lo the ttornach; which Is not .Try 59c. of Pep' (or your cold, your CQUCnr broaphllls or isthma. All druifMi >nd storrt or Pcpf Co., Toronto, will lupply GILLETTS LYE m Iho statute booki of Ihe Unlle jtitcs It ratlflad by Canadi would go Into effect nl Th armern' plalforui embodies; A ilemand for a league ol naltoni i n International 6rBanliallon. lo icaco. Opposition lo any iltemjl to ce Irallte Imperial control and lo any iempl to sot up an Independent autn orlty ,ivltll-power.to bind the domin- ions whether Ihls aulhgrlly bo termed parliament, council or cabinet. An Immediate and substantial all- round reduction ol llie customs Ur- Lowerlnj of TarMfi noducllon of ctutoms duty on goods Imported from Great Britain to oriefcair of Ihe ralea charged under he general tariff, and that further radual'uniform reductions be made n the remaining larii! vir British which will Insure complete free rano between (Jreit Britain and Can- me lax., la In live years. That the reciprocity ot lull, which 31111 .remains on Iho statute- books of the United Stales, bo accepted by the parliament ot Canada Foodituffs on Free Lltt That all foodstuffs not Inclurled ii the 'reciprocity agreement be .placed on tho free- list. That agricultural Implements, farm machinery, vehicles, fertilizers, coal lumber, cement, Illuminating fuel, and lubricating olla lie placed on Ihe free Hit, and that all raw materials am machinery used In their manufaclur also bo placed on the froE list. That all Urlff concessions sornwitt IVWNG HMD AND SOFT.SOW BMrKTIOHS Wfrt EACH lo olher counlrlas ha Immediately at Icmled Iq Great Urllaln, Tint all corporations engaged In tu manufacture ol uroduclt protected Ub customs Urlff ha obliged to pub- llih annually and ac- curate tlatemenls of their earning. No Stcret "Diplomacy." Thai every claim for tariff protec- tion by any Industry should IIP. lieird publicly before a special committee ol parliament. To obtain revenue for Iho govern- ment these cipedlenta arc advocated. By a illrcel tai on unimproved land values, Including natural resourc- a sharply graduated personal In It'sr a- pleasure "to. 'notice thatvthe cake of Gold Soap the grocer, hands you' looks feels larger and is larger arid heavier than .any., .other calce of .laundry soap you can buy at the price. You will find that the quality is -better and that the 1 soap' goes farther. 'Higher quality: and bigger quantity mean money saved. Every saving on a cake of soap counts. Snap a THE ".-CANADIAN- BANK. OF COMMERCE: SK EDMUND.WAUCER. C.V.O.. LLD., ap-L. K V. F. JONES. Aa'i Cen'L Mi .SIR JOHN IV.C.MOWH Brandxt CAPTTALPAJD UP, Rtsayt Ftma jc.soo.ow SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS This Bank pays interest at 3% per annum on all deposits of and upwards in this department Small accounts are welcomed. Lethbrldge Branch R. T. Brymner, Manager garner Branch J. H.S. Gordon, Manager Milk River Branch......J- V. Manager Jy a heavy graduated Inhuiltaace r on large estates. Uy a graduated tucome tai on the onts of corporations. The council urees that 11 IB llie re gulzcd duty of Canada to oierclE ue dlllBenca lo tsecuro thu Well being the returned soldier and his depend- Is. It urges that: Demobilization Deuioblllzatlou jnoulcl talso place ter return to Canada, anil Ibat ev- y precaution should be taken to se- ure the release o[ men who aro moal nlltled lo It: to release men as it Is ounil possible to placo ihem in em- loyuient; certain 'recohlmonilitlonK re made regarding vocational Iraln ng, injurauce [or disabled solutem. The council recommends tho aellle rnent o( relumed soldiers on the lam t public eipeusc. Tor such soldiers s are (Itted by Iralnlna and eiperl nca to he farmer's. It alao deals will and settlemettl, land prices, and lh ormallon ol co-operative agencies ll agriculture to ensure llie mirkelln ol loodstufls at lowest prices. The council recoanmenda public ownership and control ot railways, water and air transportation, tele- phono, telegraphs and, eipress sys- lemi.'all In the dovelopmpnl or nilural power and of Ihe coal min- ing.Industry. Infamous Dltfranchlse Act It demands the Immediate, repeal of tie War Time Etactlon Act; the-ilis- continuance ot the pracllcu conlerrlnc titles.upon dlizens of Canada; tho re- orm ot Ins fcacral senate; an irnmo- laic nhect upon, tie growth o! pov- rnmenl by ordar-ln-councll. and lu- reasail reiponslblllty of- individual members ot psrliamenl In all legisla- loa: Iha complete abollllon ot Ihe pal- io syaleru; the publication of con- rlhullons md eipendltufes belli he- ore and alter election oil candidates; the removal of press censorship upon Qia restoration o( ptace snd the immediate restoration ol the ol free'iptech; the isat- ting forlb by dally newspapera and periodical publications ot tie- facts of [heir ownership control; propor- tional representation; the esUhllsh- or direct through th9 initiative, referendum and recall; and the opening or sesti In. pirllimcnt'to women on Ihe same terms as men, olher. resolutions were passed: this council recognize the Imnprtance or sucli as wiiriraln'th'e rlsluB generation in Ihe highest Ideal or citizenship, snd that ire keep with Ihosa jrho are promoting a national congress on education; "That this council approve strongly bt lie wort'doiie by the laboratory In Winnipeg and urge on the dominion I lovernment the eliborallon and ,ei- lenslon of Ihe system or laboratories Tor mating accurate milling r.nd ball- ing tests or Canadian wheat, In. order to setTiro more -nearly the Tilue of. the wheat on tha market. "Thai tile executive take slepV to InTastliata the conditions surrounding the rca'rtellng -of slock, parllcul.rly Ihe various Items ot eipense that are charged against shipments: '-'That-the post dlstnarga allowance lo returned soldiers he Increased lo cour a period ol ill mohthi Instead of'lhree roonlhs; tho eiccullve be given aulli orlty lo lake tcllon In connection wllh any movement towards national slan- n.rdltallon of leit books In tlie schools o'f Canada; Thai, this council recommends to the provincial that- they I lite action In whatever manner Ihoy doera adTlsable to secure the nomina- tion and. election or candldalaa at Ihe federal election who will endorse Parlicipirliort of Dominions in Contevence Murks End nf Downing SlrceLHulc .OSPON. clfort and future of Camilla arn Milijcus "f _.. Interflow wllli Kir Ilolic-rl llor- den which a column In The IV.ill> Telegraph. Hpeuklni; of tiin IIMCC conference, Sir Iloni-il fsul it M'as not only :ipproprlat" Ijnt r.uccjEari that Ihe dominions lit represented On licihalf Of CanaJd, he thai Dominion was prutiarc-d to Iperatc In Ihe of reronslriio f the doyustnted countries. f.'oramentloB In a Icador tlie la- ervlow. The Dally Telcgranh Eaja he presence of K Dnmhilon repre- EenlallTO at Iho pcucji; conference markB ncrhops helu-r ihan anything else the end of u-lial uj-cd railed "DownlnE stniei at which many generations of r-olonial stales' railed. The doinitilons Onring the wav eays tue paper, ami certain ly during the IMtef slaees, must hove seemed lo the cuc-my .icparitc bolllgerenls. on 'thc-ir own account They have sent and maintained, not cDfttingentE, but and now they have established lor UiemselvcE a filed constltnllonal II'.JCP in ihi- Imperial Tlicy me. not mere- ly daugliter stares, but full psrlners lu tho Imperial coiuuionwpaUli. In- creased production has hern tlie or- cr or the day In every department, nd Canada herself, muuh better pre- jarcd and bettor r.ciuipjicil (or icdils- E. G.A. We Buy and Sell Dominion and Provincial Government Bonds. Municipal Bonds. Railroad, Public Utility, and Industrial Bonds. Correspondence Invited. MINION SECURITIES CORPORATION T MONTREAL BRANCH LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE: 16 KINO STREET EAST TORONTO MONTREAL BRANCH Cm.d. Lift luUdi'm k.W.Sitt'4 Kvw LONDON. ENO MANCH Hi. A'Jilin F.i.r. A. L. Feel They Have n Right This in Gal- iciH Bad anticipated Deuvceu Ihe f'oles and C'zecha over the iiotKeaslun of Oder- berg, a lown of Austrian Silesia. Conditions In Gallcla auil Slleeli jrc said to be worse than they wen' urine Iho war. TUB several newly- rganized rcimbllcs aro re- mits from soldiers returning from he various fronts and are iiaylug hem several dollars a (or nR. Officers also arc being well paid or engaging In hostilities saving only mat she lost wonder if she the future. looks confidently lo John Stringer, age.! alranl. eighty, who bas uetn residing v.lth his aon, Frank Stringer, farmer, near North Portal; committed, suicide by hanging himself In Iho uarn. VIENNA; Dec. airly Ing froui Lembere Elate that Ukrain sol Ianx troops arc prenarliie to Burrouud HI] starve1 out the city, of which llie ,'olisli forces aro in control. The Ukralnlana are said to linve already cut the railroad, and ore being rein forced by sufficient troops reluming from the Itftllnn front to make a, figh against the Poles. The "Ukrainians deny Iliat they an Bolshevists, but say that when 111- Austrian empire wan broken up Ihe felt they had a right lo Ihe capita F, tarl UIIIJ 11111 lunt r- nany of her bravest p.ons in lue prime land starve1 out the city, of which the ol their Hisnhood. Her rate of de- Th" veloumenl h'as amazing years before he war, and Iho war itself Ims rnini- eslly not been able to check It. Xo ADVISE U. S. CITIZENS TO FILC CLAIMS WASHINGTON', nee. American citizens were advised In a statement oday by Secretary Laaslng Uial they file at the state department wllhin 30 I1JC at LUli days from Dec. 1, information regard- ing losses sustained through German submarine before orj after luo United Stales'entered the war. Losses and details concerning them, covering cargoes or' personal proper- ly or effects, should be, suhmitled whcsro thft property was uninsured or partially Insured.and regardless PLEADS KOR UNITY OF GERMAN EMPIRE AMSTERDAM, Dec. ing a Socialist demonstration in Berlin Sunday, Premier Eberl strongly proleiled against what he UrmeJ the folly o' splitting Ihe unrly of Germany or playing off tribe jjalnst IrlU. Herr nothlnj would be more fatjl. than for labor lo rslapse Into medleyal stale with' economic backwardneii and ves- try polltlclani. ...i MAY VISIT PARIS PARIS. Dec. King Ferdinand and Queen llary ot Rum- ania mat' visit Paris in the near tut- ac.c-o'dlng to the Echo de felt tney nac] a rignt 10 iue capita umj! city of I.emberg, the Poles havinslof whether the properly was carrlod other capitals. Difficulties aro American or foreign ships. PROTECTION AGAINST PUNCTURES HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is sltine away a 5105.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estlnlile. what- this means lute guaranteed .proLectlon :iKalosl winclures from tacks, nails, e'ass and wire. Real no more no more fear ot a'tlatflire, your casings givinc twice the'service. TOUVER PUNCTURE-PROOF Guaranteed for at U it a AUCT10NSALE LIVE FARM IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE EAST OF LETHBR1DGE. and support ihe platform adopted by thla .council." A Prosperous City worth of Grain and other fidd'pro- ducts pass, annually lh rough the City of LetKbriqne. Mr. Farmer, arc you putting aside a little lor the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond'or iwo and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co- EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR, AMIONtE; tTC. HEAD OFFICE, ill FIFTH tTriEET LETHidlOGE, ALBERTA PHONI CONSTANTINOPLE. Saturday, Nov. 30 British command here has suggested 10 113' Bovernmenl that, five lied Cross sent Inmcd- io Turkey and Asia Jllnor to relieve ihe starrlnB and diseased Ar' menlan. Oreel! anil other populations, who were deported to Ihe desert reg- ions durine Iho wcr and ero now sl- lempllnE to return home. Each unit would be scU-aumcicnl wllh respect lo tood, clothing and andraoblles and would oe capable) or nltavlK a group 81 The following cities would be nscd s bases: Constantinople, Smyrna. TreblsoTitl, Sansui and Alcsanilereltfc tube free This Is tlie famous .Toliver Guarontee--it means ]hst whal it ciuirjbling, no argo- menl, no healing around tbc imsh-you gel a NEW TUBE. FREE ir any Tolliver over fulls to deliver- si least mlle.i of Service WITHOUT A PUNC- TURE. They arc niadt of pnrft rub- ber, inllaled with air, and pu: In the lire in the i usual and cost but little more than ordinary tulca. Over 1SO.OOO o( Ihonl arc now In evp.ryday ser- vice. Come In anil sec these moHOy- saving Iubr5. Allen Jack Agent for LethbrTdge and Dis- trict. 2nd Avc., Off. Lethbrirfjc Hotel 5 AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES, ETC. IMPLEMENTS 1 Grty Mkrc, age 7 weight absul 1700 Ibs. 1 Sorrel Mare, agt 8 weight about Ibs. 1 Sorrel Mare, age 5 ysars, weight about 1300 Ibj. 'i Bay Gelding, as'e 6 years, about 1700 Ibs. 1 Black Gelding, age 10 yean, weight about 1000 agtMO ytars, vrsighl about Its. 1 Bay Gildings Ibs. 1 Grey Filly Coll, coming 3 years 1 Black Gelding, coming 2 years. 1 Bay Filly Colt, 6 months old. 1 Bay Gelding Colt, 6 monlhi old. 1 Black Gelding Coll, 6 months old. 3 Cowl (expected to calve ncxS spring.) 2 Sprino Calvet. o Pigs. 1 Gal Tractor, C Mogul, 20 h.p. IP 40. 4 breakir behomi. 3 Dniiru iiiil 1 Oil Drum. 1 Hart Frert A Wood Blndtr. 1 Monitor Prew Drill with marktr I t Wood Mower. 1 Hay Rake. 1 2-HorM Potato 1 2-horM two row Cultivator. 1 4-horae Dowdtn Potato Digger. 1 Hirrow. 1 1-horM CultlvaUr. I 1 Walking Plow. i 1 Z-MctTon Harrow., 1 Magnet Churn. 1 Wagon. 1 Wagon Rack. 1 Soring Wagon: 1 Sleigh. 2 12nH, buthelf each. other (hlngi too numertui to men-. tlon. All the michinery it new w nwrly new. TERMS: Ten months' credit on approved wcnrity with 8 ptr eenL mttrtit; 8 per cent, discount per annum for cash. v All will be sold without retem as Mr. fcozjer hat a ranck and is into the pore-bred stock buwntw. J. ROZIER Proprietor GEO. P. PORTER Auctioneer ;